A small fishing boat awaits guests of the Doolough House.
Sunbeams spotlight a field and a stone wall on Lough Corrib.
Lough Nafooey in Ireland’s Connemara region is a hidden gem that is worth the finding.
Slea Head on the Dingle Peninsula is perilous for those on the sea.
A stray light beam highlights a small cottage close to Lough Nafooey.
Lough Leane in Killarney at night.
A rarely visited part of Ireland, especially as the road ceases a few kilometers further on.
The wilds of Connemara make for great atmosphere.
The Hill of Doon on Lough Corrib is another remarkable place seldom visited.
Ireland’s west coast is home of fierce storms and hardy people.
Doo Lough is a windswept lough along the road from Leenaun.
A much photographed location in Connemara.